Parteneriat strategic Second-hand: Propaganda comunistă şi începutul relaţiilor diplomatice româno-polone (1945-1946)

  • Subiect: „Abstract: Romania and Poland were not on the same side at that moment, a year after the end of the Second World War: neither in terms of the relations with USSR, nor in those with the occidental Allies, USA and Great Britain. Poland, found in the front row of the negotiations between the Allies and being the object of the global conflict outburst in Europe, was benefiting from all tools of international representation, being included amongst the founding members of the United Nations Organization. Sure enough, the relation with the Soviet Union imposed, first of all, political and ideological subjugation in terms of the authority of the government in Lublin installed by the Soviets in July 22nd 1944. The bilateral relations of this new Polish state with USSR were considering the strategical interest and the financial and economic needs of Moscow.”
  • Limba de redactare: română
  • Vezi publicația: Analele Dobrogei
  • Editura: Muzeul de Istorie Naţională şi Arheologie Constanţa
  • Loc publicare: Constanţa
  • Anul publicaţiei: 2020
  • Referinţă bibliografică pentru nr. revistă: II; anul 2020; seria III
  • Paginaţia: 229-249
  • Navigare în nr. revistă:  |<  <  14 / 16   >  >|